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Solve with PDF: 5 Ways PDF Solutions Transform Digital Strategy

Tip Sheet

A key source of competitive differentiation today is how well we can master our digital formats, such as maximizing the potential of PDF to unearth dark data, extract insights, and refine value from our information. But we need capable tools – download this tip sheet to learn 5 ways PDF solutions transform digital strategy.

9 Ways Uncontrolled Information Stands in the Way of Your Digital Transformation Plans

John Mancini

Most organizations are on some sort of Digital Transformation journey. Everyone wants it. But what exactly is it? And how do you get there?  How can you navigate the changes Digital Transformation brings while staying focused on business growth? How do you avoid disenfranchising employees and losing customers to more digitally savvy competitors?

Rethinking the Intersection of People, Process and Technology

John Mancini

Organizations have long struggled with the magic “triad” of people, processes and technology. This struggle has remained constant through multiple generations of technology – from paper to microfilm to imaging to document management to enterprise content management.

Guest Post - How important is digital document consistency?

Wouter Koelewijn

A repository containing documents that were digitized inconsistently or inaccurately presents a new set of problems for an organization, problems that can hinder the productivity gains they had hoped to achieve.

Did you hear the one about being paper-free?

Bob Larrivee

Oh that joke is as old as you can imagine, and I have heard a lot of them. And I have heard “offices will be paper free when (you fill in the blank)”. In fact, I was once one of those people and to an extent still am because it is still true.

A Day in the Life of Content Management

Infographic

From capture, to management, storage, preservation, and delivery— a day in the life of content management traces the critical flow of information in our workplaces.

Download this infographic for insight into the five stages of the content lifecycle, tips to improve efficiency, and preparations for tomorrow.

New eBook - Are You Ready for new European Data Protection Regulations?

John Mancini

The New EU Data Protection Regulation is Just Around the Corner

The amount of personal data stored by companies and governments has ballooned, and the value of that data has multiplied as more and more personal business is transacted on the internet. Identity theft has become far more prevalent. In addition to the disruption to businesses and the impact on customer loyalty that data breaches create, many jurisdictions are looking to bring their data protection legislation in line with the new, internet-based world – although unfortunately, not into alignment with each other.

Content modernization is more complicated than simple migration

John Mancini

Organizations have a decision to make relative to the large volume of documents in existing legacy systems. The challenge is that organizations may have millions of documents. Which should be moved and which should stay where they are? What can be safely archived or deleted? According to a Forrester survey, only 7% of organizations surveyed have migrated all content to new ECM systems. The vast majority – 87% – retain some or most legacy content remains in old systems. Updating your infrastructure to take advantage of the benefits of a more modern-cloud-based structure requires a content integration platform – and one that is flexible enough to evolve over time.

5 reasons we need a new approach to content management

John Mancini

How did we get here, and where do we go now?

In the late 1990s, Enterprise Content Management became a mainstream technology (at least for large organizations) by first focusing on early adopters eager to automate high-value, mission-critical, and document-intensive processes critical to gaining competitive advantage. Organizations (and the suppliers who supported them) next applied ECM platforms to solving core back-office automation challenges – like accounts payable, invoice processing, contracts management, and HR administration. Over time, we began to think that ultimately, there would be a convergence in an organization around a single ECM platform.

Overcoming Information Chaos – It’s More Than Just FINDING the Needle in the Haystack

The way we have traditionally addressed business content challenges is by focusing on improving enterprise search – solving the "needle in the haystack" problem, and often solving it by brute force. But if digital transformation projects are to succeed, we must do two things: 1) rethink and automate how we solve the "finding" problem; and 2) move from "finding" to "using" information to create new sources of customer value. Join leading information management executive John Mancini for a lively discussion on how to find value – and opportunity – in the information and data in your business.

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